Intel XMP 3.0: Memory overclocking gets its first substantial upgrade since 2007

Intel's updated XMP 3.0 might be good for everyone—including AMD.

Intel has unveiled the first major update to its eXtreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology since the standard was introduced in 2007, bringing more profiles and (finally!) the ability to name them, too.

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Gordon Mah Ung

Gordon Mah Ung

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